GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here’s everything you need to know for September 30, 2019.
College Crosse News
Make sure you bookmark this post by Chris: 2019 college lacrosse fall ball composite schedule - Who’s playing when and where?
After a well-deserved summer, college lacrosse teams have reconvened to start the academic year. Every team has some new faces in brand new places, while a couple of teams begin to adjust to Division I life. Most programs will play against other teams or against their alumni during the fall, but those games won’t count toward their record. It’s a way to get better at lacrosse as well as getting to know personnel and new styles of play.
Welcome to fall ball.
I didn’t see them Tweet out an article or anything, but Dartmouth recently posted its 2020 schedule on its website.
@DartmouthMLax 2020 schedule is up on their site. pic.twitter.com/Nrg6VoEmkW— College Crosse (@College_Crosse) September 30, 2019
Daniel Jones has about 40-50 new fans down in Durham, NC.
Giants Win, no conditioning for Duke MLAX team tomorrow!!!— John Danowski (@danowski_john) September 29, 2019
Free movement approved for US Lacrosse girls’ youth rules.
The allowance for free movement by players on a whistle or stoppage of play has been approved for the US Lacrosse Girls’ Youth Rules, beginning in 2020, consistent with the change that was approved earlier for the high school girls’ lacrosse rules in 2020.
Enough said. drop. #SundayMotivation pic.twitter.com/9XCm4fLTbP— Bronx Lacrosse (@Bronx_Lacrosse) September 29, 2019
WE DID IT: Lions sign ex-pro lacrosse player Tom Kennedy to 53-man roster.
The Detroit Lions have signed former professional lacrosse player Tom Kennedy to their 53-man roster in time for Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Kennedy is a wide receiver who has been with the Lions since the summer. At 5-foot-10, he’s lined up mostly in the slot, and also drawn practice time as a backup return man. With his speed -- which is serious -- he’s lined up all over the place on special teams.
Tom even saw a little action yesterday.
Kevin Burkhardt: Tom Kennedy, on the top of your screen, is in the game. He’s a professional lacrosse player.— Chris Jastrzembski (@Chris_Jast) September 29, 2019
Everyone in the room I’m in: *Turns chairs around to look at me*
Me: #OnBrand https://t.co/Mb3aONxIrm pic.twitter.com/EIDqoY2dT0
Ice ice baby: Onondaga C.C. men’s lacrosse celebrates National Championship with ring ceremony.
The Onondaga Community College men’s lacrosse team is back atop the mountain of NJCAA Lacrosse, celebrating the program’s 12th National Championship with a ring ceremony from Chuck Wilbur Field. The Lazers held an Alumni Game on Saturday, welcoming back past players while featuring the current members of the program.
September 28, 2019
A tradition unlike any other: @OCCLACROSSE receiving its @NJCAALacrosse National Championship ’s.— Matt Hauswirth (@matthaus_CNY) September 28, 2019
In all seriousness, this is so hard to accomplish. Congratulations to the Lazers on their 12th (‼️) National Title in program history! pic.twitter.com/Yxi7i0PzGZ
Hofstra, Marist, & Wagner all ran in the in the annual Tunnel to Towers run this past weekend. Here’s an article from Newsday about the race.
Hofstra University’s male and female lacrosse teams, about 90 students, came to the race as a group. “Going through the tunnel, every fireman I saw, I tapped him on the back and said ‘thank you for your service,’ ” Riley Forte, 21, a senior at Hofstra and lacrosse team member said.
Tunnel to Tower Run for Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse remembering the lives lost and the lives saved by Welles Remy Crowther on September 11th. Emotions are high and the commitment to finish is real. Always remember and never forget! #dutch #24 #WRC pic.twitter.com/XuUpxNcvig— Hofstra Men's Lacrosse (@HofstraMLAX) September 29, 2019
College Crosse Year In Review
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our Chris’ Year In Review posts, check out the 2019 Year In Review section on the site.
Shout out to Chris for all the fantastic work he did this summer on the Year In Review series. #HardestWorkingKidInTheBiz
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Blessed: N.J. woman went to India to study fashion. She stayed -- and opened an orphanage in the slums.
When Courtney Deacon of Brick graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2010, she joined a small research team of alumni and professors who traveled to India to research a type of wool fabric manufactured in the country. The trip was supposed to last a month. But at age 23, she made what some — including her parents at the time — would consider an unthinkable decision.
Montana saw 40 inches of snow over the weekend.
A historic September snowstorm is blasting parts of the northern Rockies with heavy, wet snow and high winds, leading to power outages and tree damage, and will be accompanied by record-cold temperatures for the end of September and early October.
SEPTEMBER SNOW: Cell phone video shows snow falling outside of a home in Fairfield, Montana, as a major winter storm moves across parts of the country this weekend. https://t.co/dxHiRBA3xk pic.twitter.com/8A8tKyIAk0— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) September 28, 2019
Your GIF/Video for September 30, 2019
VIRGINIA TECH HAS A PUSH-UP ROBOT pic.twitter.com/EylimiKqlB— ESPN (@espn) September 28, 2019
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